Tiara Oriental Hotel

Address: 7248 Malugay corner Talisay Streets, San Antonio Village, Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1252, Philippines | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 7248 Malugay corner Talisay Streets, San Antonio Village, Makati, is near Manila Ocean Park, Paco Park, Avilon Zoo, and Pan de Amerikana.
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      Experiencing "True Manila"

      A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed on Apr 26, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... accustomed to living. Moving out there would mean better shelter, but not necessarily the quality of life they know. I also learned that there are families who end up selling the homes provided as assistance from the government, only to move back to what they know. I was left speechless.

      Here are a few images from San Andres. I provided a description in each of the images so be sure to open each one.


      THE FINAL CHAPTER - oh the swankiness!

      A travel blog entry by simonandtally on Feb 28, 2014


      ... bliss...swanky bliss! Last but not least we chilled in our room and had to do the fanciest part of staying somewhere like this. Order room service!!! It came on a silver platter with a dome top and everything! OH THE SWANKINESS!! Perfect end to the day...we were now all packed and ready for our wake up call to go to the airport. Word of that day was = swanky! So our completely amazing trip has officially come to an end. 10 months all ...

      Filipino finale

      A travel blog entry by adandgen on Feb 01, 2014

      ... are more expensive than white taxis, but both are metered. - At the airport, yellow taxis are readily available. White taxis aren't allowed to pick up at the airport, but if you go to the drop-off point for departures you can usually pick one up that is dropping off another passenger. We decided the price difference wasn't worth the extra walk. Do not get a prepaid car. - When getting a taxi in the city, try to flag one down on the street. Those are usually the honest ones. If a taxi ...

      Crashing in Manila

      A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Nov 29, 2013

      4 photos

      ... over on the USS Thomas - they became known as Thomasites. By 1905, this number had more than doubled. The agenda was to replace not only Spanish but the Philippine language itself with English. For the next twenty to thirty years, the Philippine people lost the right to vote, the Catholic church was disestablished, and English was the only language taught in the schools. The best students were taken and shipped back to American ...

      The long journey "home" and Day 1

      A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 06, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... asked "What's 'wang-wang'?" We didn't get the answer while we were in line, but I found out later it refers to the noise that an ambulance or emergency vehicle makes. So basically, long story short, people would often say they had an emergency and cut the lines… hence "no wang-wang." Haha, to silly Americans like us, we had all sorts of ideas in our heads as to what it could mean!

      We waited for our bags to make it to the conveyor built ...